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HBCU Money™ Dozen 12/8 – 12/12

Did you miss HBCU Money™ Dozen via Twitter? No worry. We are now putting them on the site for you to visit at your leisure. We have made some changes here at HBCU Money™ Dozen. 269 more words

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Changepoint analysis as applied to the surface temperature record

Guest essay by Jeff Patterson

In a recent post on RealClimate, the author examines the statistical significance of the “The Pause” using a technique recently in vogue called changepoint analysis (CPA). 606 more words

Climate Data

Looking back at November and Autumn

Cool was the theme for Autumn and November with dryness persisting over SEMO/SW IL. KC and STL were just near enough heavy October rains to finish the Fall season wetter than average–although September and November were dry. 1,103 more words

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Looking back at November/Autumn and ahead into December

December has arrived! Today marks the beginning of meteorological winter, and the opening weeks of December can be quite variable when it comes to weather.  This time last year we’d recovered from a November chill, but we were already watching renewed cold building north of us, and we were also seeing the first indications of what would become a big snow storm for SEMO/SW IL on December 7th.  1,080 more words

Weekly & Long Range Outlooks

Independent Review Discovers that NCDC Fumbles Data Handling in GHCN Climate Data

Guest essay by Bob Koss

Being an old retired guy with time on my hands, this summer I decided to find out just how well GHCN-Monthly follows their own methodology in regard to data collection. 1,288 more words

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New Zealand's Temperature Record challenged by new skeptical paper

Chris deFrietas sends word of a new paper, that drops the trend of the New Zealand temperature record (NZTR) to 0.28C per century, down from ~0.9C per century. 297 more words

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Is NOAA Wrong?

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach

On another post here on Watts Up With That, a commenter pointed out that NOAA says that September 2014 was the warmest September ever on record. 571 more words

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